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Diablo 3 Wizard Guide released

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We have just released a Wizard class guide, focused mainly around the proper talent builds, runes and gearing to be used in Inferno content. The guide also offers information about how to efficiently level up a Wizard, as well as various other useful pieces of information.

This is the first Diablo guide that we release, and we will decide whether or not to release more based on the reception that it receives.

As always, we are very keen to hear your feedback.

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